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Mar 19, 2020

Photo Round-Up: Trinidad & Tobago and North Carolina Mountains to Coast

Our annual Spring Break tradition continued with dual service trips to Trinidad & Tobago and the mountains to coastline of North Carolina.

Feb 19, 2020  |  News & Features

Goodnight Scholars Program Selects Finalists for Class of 2024

Meet this exceptional group of high school STEM students from across North Carolina.

Oct 22, 2019  |  News & Features

Photo Round-Up: 2019 Fall Break

Two new adventures and an old favorite return for Fall Break 2019.

Mar 26, 2019  |  News & Features

Photo Round-Up: Spring Break 2019

All sorts of photo goodness from our annual service trips to Trinidad & Tobago and the North Carolina mountains and coastline.

May 6, 2016

What a Difference Four Years Make

The Goodnight Scholars Program celebrates its fifth graduating class. This year, the Goodnight Scholars Program bids farewell to the Class of 2016. Comprised of future pediatricians, software developers, and public educators, the Class of 2016 marks the Program’s fifth graduating […]

Mar 28, 2016

Road Tripping for STEM

Twelve Goodnight Scholars. Two vans. One goal: Advocate for STEM education in North Carolina. Conceptualized by Goodnight Scholar Kaleb Morrow ’18 and supported by a team of 11 scholars passionate about spreading STEM education throughout North Carolina, the 1st annual Alternative Service Break: North […]

Mar 2, 2016

“I Am A Goodnight Scholar” Promotional Video Debut

The Goodnight Scholars Program’s video debut pulls back the curtain on its supportive community of talented and service-driven scholars. Learn what it means to be a Goodnight Scholar at NC State University from the students who live it every day! […]

Jan 25, 2016

Goodnight Spotlight: Sabrina Monserate

Each month, the Goodnight Scholars Program highlights a select number of current Goodnight Scholars who represent the program’s highly diverse and involved student cohort. This month, the spotlight focuses on Durham native and computer science guru, Sabrina Monserate ’18. Goodnight […]